Want to record a special moment in time with friends and family instantly? And also be able to edit and directly share them with people? Well, it looks like T-Mobile USA is offering two different photo sharing services with Photobucket. One version, available on the T-Mobile Sidekick, allows users to upload photos and videos directly from their phone. For a small monthly fee of $1.99 for the application, photos and videos can be edited to include titles, descriptions, and tags. Surprisingly the new app was created in conjunction with Microsoft subsidiary Danger and only available on the T-Mobile Sidekick. There is also a watered down version available on the BlackBerry Curve and Pearl with additional support for three unnamed Windows Mobile devices. This version will allow users to upload to a Photobucket album, PC hard drive, or e-mail address; but there will be no support for editing media files. Unlike the Sidekick version, this one will only require a one-time fee of $19.99 to purchase. Get the new app if you want to quickly share those precious memories with the world!
via Wireless Week